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THE GUARDIAN, OCTOBER 3, 1969 PAGE 13 SEE BRIEFS Commission for Peace concluded its Plenary meeting here for more 0a a theology of peace studies on the "de- hazards of develop- also issued a Peace in which "all governments .... competent were urged to do can to "find a peaceful 0 all conflict" any particul- the world, the body a Point which cannot be destiny of children, victims of wars of of peace in the a utopian dream; necessity in man, Pope Paul VI worldcommunity, Still so divided, seems difficult and appears " the Pope said. eed not be this way," Sid. "There are laws e international instl- defend peace and With high and civil "Peace must life of civilization, the fraternal col- among nations must be program." to modernize and up- "one cannot in- Church according to or personal Paul VI told a gen- his first audience in Basilica since his re- his summer home at Olfo, Pope Paulstress- the necessity for Church. that "life changes to- a radical manner not possible to keep to Which fashioned it yes- is right. We cannot, remain bound to the would say more. We must promote progress and speed up de- Which prodigious mod- offers man so more man and that the benefits of a ,P nevertheless stress- rush forward does us to deviate from which past tra- for our progress." he said that "there in tradition to which faithful if we do not degenerate and un- added: "Identification ething' constitutes one delicate and complex of the lnoovatingprocess Church. It is a what to retain of what to introduce of continued, leads to the for a faithfulness to "founded on the author- Nocturnal Adoration Set at St. Theresa's Little Rock -- Nocturnal Adora- tion and a Pilgrimage Novena will be held in St. Theresa's Church tonight, October 3, ending tomor- row morning, Saturday, October 4. The Rev. Rudolph Maus will be- gin Forty Hour Devotion with Ex- position of the Blessed Sacrament and a Mass at 7:15 P.M. Parishes and attendance times axe as follows: St. Theresa's, 8 - 9 P.M.; Our Lady of the Holy Souls, 9 - 10; Christ the King and St. Andrew's Cathedral, 10 - 11; Our Lady of Good Counsel, I1 - 12; St. Patrick's, 12 - l A.M.; St. Edward's, 1 - 2; St. Mary's, 2- 3; St. Anne's, 3-4; Imma- culate Conception and St. Augus- tine's, 4 - 5; and Immaculate Heart of Mary, 5 - 6 ized and responsible assessment of the constitutive or historically acquired and not arbitrarily alien- able elements of the Church in the institutional as well as in the doctrinal field" Pope Paul VI observed his 72nd birthday Sept. 26 as usual, by paying no attention to it andputtiag in a full work day in his office and study. In the six years of his reign Pope Paul has never paid much attention to his birthday, and this year was no exception. As on any other day he saw a number of cardinals, bishops and visitors in the morning and then spent the afternoon In work, including pre- paring for the upcoming first meet- ing of the commission of theolo- gians and the second Synod of Bishops. Bishop Edward E. Swanstrom, executive director of U.S. Catholic Relief Services (CRS), the over- seas relief agency of US. Catho- tics, has reported to POPe Paul VI on the efforts of the agency to bring aid to the war-torn areas of Viet- nam and Nigeria-Biafra. Bishop Swanstrom expressed the hope that the two sides in the Nigeria-Biafra conflict will re- spond to the Pope's plea for a cessation of hostilities and will, in the meantime, work out some arrangement by which the church agencies and the ICRC can main- tain daylight flights of food and relief supplies to the suffering people. Pope Paul VI has told Pakistan's new envoy to the Holy See that because Catholics and Moslems share a common belief in "one merciful God" they have a com- mon goal to seek peace in the world In accepting the credentials of Ambassador MZal Iqbal the Pope cited a passage from the Second Vatican Council's Dogmatic Con- stitution on the Church, which stat- ed that among those who acknow- ledge the creator "there are the Moslems, who, professing to hold the faith of Abraham, along with us adore the one and merciful GOd." at** In a message to the conference of Islamic nations in Rabat, Moroc- co, Pope Paul VI has praised those who "promote peaceful me- thods" for the ending of hostili- ties between Israel and the Arab nations. The Pope expressed his senti- ments in answer to a message sent to him by King Hassan ILl of Morocco on the opening of the conference, which discussed, Brazil's Cardinals Defend Capital Punishment Sao Paulo, Brazil (NC) -- The use of capital punishment was de- fended by Agnelo Cardinal Rossi of Sao Paulo shortly after it was included in Brazil's constitution by the military government. The decision to use capital pun- ishment was announced after the liberation of United States Am- bassador to Brazil C. Burke El- among other points, the burning of the A1 Aqsa Mosque in Jeru- salem. The conference also called for the removal of all Israeli forces from territories occupied in the 1967 war, and the "restoration of rights of the people of Pale- stine." The Pope praised those "who promote peaceful methods for the solution of the sad conflict which has furnished the motive for the conference." brick, who had been kidnapped by a group of terrorists The de- cision was made by the three mil- itary commanders who are acting in place of the paralyzed Presi- dent Artur da Costa e Silva. In an official note, Cardinal Rossi, president of the Brazilian Bishops' Conference, used state- ments of Pope Plus XII and St. Thomas Aquinas to defend the use of capital punishment. The only restrictions he said, are that guilt has to be proven and that there is no other way to uphold the rights of the community. In a televised statement, Vi- cente Cardinal Scherer of Porto Alegre also defended the intro- duction of capital punishment. The statements by the two car- dinals were the only public re- action by the Church to the de- cision. Visitor-Twin Circle Merger Squelched Los Angeles (NC) -- Merger negotiations between Twin Cir- cle-The National Catholic Press and Our Sunday Visitor have been called off because of "irrecon- cilable differences" between the two weekly Catholic papers. Dale Francis, publisher of Twin Circle, based here, said it is possible negotiations may be re- sumed at some future time. He added Twin Circle is looking into other merger prospects. The negotiations were started early in August and held at Hun- tington, Ind., where OSV is bas- ed. Francis said Twin Circle, which initiated the negotiations, was agreeable to let OSV take over financial control of the Twin Cir- cle, but added the negotiations were called off when there was no guarantee the identity and ed- itorial freedom of Twin Circle would be protected. FOREST HEIGHTS SHOPPING CENTER .. in the Heart of Holy Souls Parish. FREE PARKING--FRIENDLY SERVICE . . . EVERYTHING for ALL the FAMILY in tim CONVENIENT one-atop SHOPPING CENTER! 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